Andre Gerolymatos 
Chair - Hellenic Studies

Simon Fraser University
Office: AQ 6227
Telephone: 778-782-5597
Email: agerolym@sfu.ca
Personal Website: www.sfu.ca/hellenic-studies/andre_gerolymatos.html

Areas Of Study: EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST and TERRORISM
Honoria: Expenses and ~ $500

Availability: Vancouver Area

                      Northern California

                      New York Area - Onassis Foundation

                                                    Board Meetings

Publications:

"Castles Made of Sand"

 A Century of Anglo-American Espionage and Intervention in the Middle East

(Thomas Dunne Books, November 2010)

 "Red Acropolis, Black Terror"

 The Greek Civil War and the Origins of Soviet-American Rivalry

1944-1944

 (New York: Basic Books, 2004) 

Recent Presentation:

Professor Gerolymatos provided an outstanding dynamic presentation on Hellenism at the 2010 AHEPA Supreme Convention in Montreal and  fielded questions regarding the future of Greek-Turkish relations, terrorism in the Middle East, the future role of Iran in Middle Eastern affairs and Greek-Israel relations.

Brief Biography:  

Andre Gerolymatos, was educated in classics and modern history at McGill University in Montreal. He specializes in Military and Diplomatic history, and has published several articles and books on these fields such as Espionage in Classical Greece and Guerilla Warfare and Espionage in Greece 1940-1944. From 1987-1996 he was the Director of the Hellenic Studies Center at Dawson College in Montreal and in 1996 he received the Hellenic Canadian Congress of BC Chair in Hellenic Studies at Simon Fraser University. In 1997 Dr. Gerolymatos was appointed Director of the Research Institute on Southeastern Europe at Simon Fraser University.               

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